Workout of the Day on October 14: Run 5k

Join us on October 14, 2017, to to honor one of York County’s own heros, Chief Wayne W. Ruppert Senior. The inaugural CommUNITY & Cops 5k Run/Walk is being held in the memory of Chief Ruppert, the grandfather of Coach Melony Kearns.

“The purpose of the 5k is to raise funds for The Wayne Ruppert Memorial Scholarship, which was started by my grandmother Gail Ruppert a few years ago,” said Melony. This scholarship provides funds for children to attend Logos Academy, a K-12 school.

Melony feels the race honors her grandfather and represents Logos Academy. “Working with youth was one of my grandfather’s passions as a police officer. It was his way of reaching his community and improving it one child at a time. If he could work with a juvenile and teach them some tough love in a way that showed them how much value they had, if he could reach one life and turn it around, that meant the world to him. Logos has a similar mission as far as improving the lives of the kids in the community.”

Melony is excited the race will honor her grandfather and what he stood for. “I think it’s so great that kids today will be getting the opportunity for a better education experience through Logos because of my pap and his spirit that lives on in his surviving family.”

This race begins and ends at Logos, with the route heading from Logos Academy on W. King Street to the rail trail, then south on the rail trail towards York College, turning around just past the college. There will be a cookout and block party after the race where the police officers will be serving hot dogs.

Right now, 11 CrossFit York athletes are registered and we’re hoping to see the whole community participate since the 5k will be the WOD for the day! Help us support Melony and be a part of this race that’s bigger than just any 5k.

To sign up:

This week’s programming!

CrossFit York Partners with the CerebRun

cerebrun-site-headerCrossFit York is proud to announce its partnership with CerebRun, a locally-hosted challenge of mental and physical abilities. A CerebRun Challenge is designed to unleash you from your stationery life.  No more sitting at a desk or slouching behind the wheel of a car.  A CerebRun Challenge will involve running, climbing, crawling, shouting, swimming, and most importantly, thinking.  But as much fun as sludging through this puzzle-bloated, mental mud run sounds, it is important that it is done safely.  Remember, this is a PHYSICAL CHALLENGE.  Adequate preparation and training are key components to ensure that CerebRunners achieve a great finish and continued success. The next CerebRun Challenge is scheduled for May 10, 2014, in Delta. More details will follow!

CrossFit Supports the 2014 Can-Am Police-Fire Games

canamlogoCrossFit York is excited to support the 2014 Can-Am Police-Fire Games by hosting The CrossFit York Experience for Games competitors, friends, family, spectators, and the general public on Saturday, July 12, from 10-4. A portion of all proceeds for this event will go to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

The CrossFit York Experience is a way to experience CrossFit in a friendly, social environment through participation in a CrossFit WOD (workout of the day) in true competitive style.

In addition, CrossFit York coaches will provide the following hands-on clinics throughout the day:



1. Olympic Lifting

2. Strongman

3. CrossFit

4. Boxing with Stick-N-Move



Finally, local vendors will be present to offer expertise and information to further improve health & wellness.

There are two ways to get the CrossFit York Experience:



1. Participant: Compete in the CrossFit WOD and attend/participate in the hands-on clinics ($40)

2. Spectator: Watch the CrossFit WOD and attend/participate in the hands-on clinics ($20)

Registration & WOD details for this event TBA.